price relative

price relative

[¦prīs ′rel·ə·tiv]
(statistics)
The ratio of the price of certain goods in a specified period to the price of the same goods in the base period.
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The ratio measures a company's current share price relative to its earnings.
37, while the price relative for FAS red oak increased the least at 0.
The market is mixed price with - A party to the overall price relative to the realization of the different phases described in the technical specifications- A right to control part and unit price on participation in meetings, as well as days of work, not stipulated in the part in the overall price, with a minimum of 0 euros and a maximum of 10 000 euros (HT).
First, annual adjustment factors are constructed as the ratio of an aggregate disease-based price relative and an aggregate type of service-based price relative (reflected in the published IEA statistics) for the selected health care commodities.
Panmure Gordon stated that, in their belief, AO World shares are trading on too high a price relative to sales figures, and that the company "does not warrant the premium it trades on".
The Haugen EM Model uses 70 factors to analyze stock performance including measures of risk, liquidity, profitability, return history, analysts' estimates, stock price relative to income and cash flow ratios and macro-economic and sector influences.
93 a barrel, the price relative to global marker Brent has been rising.
Tyson switching from feed wheat to corn: Tyson Foods has stopped using feed wheat in its rations due to its higher price relative to corn.
5 billion, despite achieving a tight price relative to Dubai government bonds, KFHR said.
But he was distressed to find the condos were in the same price range as Chicago or New York and then perplexed by the price relative to supply when he realized there were more than a few units available for sale.
Value stocks tend to trade at a lower price relative to fundamentals, including earnings.